“The players in the T-cell immunotherapy market are engaged in developing innovative therapies for strengthening their market position”, says RNCOS
A significant number of T-cell immunotherapy products are under their development stage presently. These products are being studied in large measures across the world, and their companies are coming up with optimistic results. T-cell immunotherapy robust pipeline consists of over 120 T-cell therapies in various phases of development.
In June 2016, Adaptimmune Therapeutics received orphan drug designation from Europe for its NY-ESO SPEAR (Specific Peptide Enhanced Affinity Receptor) T-cell therapy for fighting soft tissue sarcoma. The same therapy received orphan status from the US previously. Furthermore, in July 2016, the company gained access to the EMA’s newly-established Priority Medicines regulatory initiative for the company’s SPEAR T-cell therapy, which targets NY-ESO for the treatment of patients with metastatic synovial sarcoma.
According to a new report by RNCOS, named, “T-Cell Immunotherapy for Cancer – Pipeline Analysis”, the pipeline for cancer drugs looks very promising, with many giant players involved in active research. For instance, Kite Pharma and Juno Therapeutics share a strong position in the market with a total of 14 and 12 products in pipeline, respectively.
There are a plethora of T-cell immunotherapeutic products under the Phase II clinical trial development stage. These Phase II products offer a huge potential in the future, and their successful clinical trials can revolutionize their usage and clinical applications. These late stage products are expected to clear clinical trials phase soon, and could generate regulatory filings to reach market. For instance, companies such as Juno, Kite and Novartis recently reported that their most advanced T-cell immunotherapeutic product may progress through the clinic quickly enough to make it on the market by 2017.
Anticipating the opportunity, drug makers around the globe are building a strong pipeline of products to be sold worldwide; and have been filing applications, seeking approval for the mentioned.
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